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- located in Kuching, Sarawak, East Malaysia
- 1st dedicated convention and exhibition centre on the mystical island of Borneo
- 8km from the city centre of Kuching
- construction began: June 2006
- estimated cost: RM 200 million
- BCCK is part of a new marina and shopping mall development that includes the 39-storey Kuching Tower(it will be the tallest building in Sarawak)
- the tower complex will house an office building and luxury 315 rooms hotel
- BCCK is managed by Borneo Isthmus Development Sdn Bhd, a Sarawak state-owned company
- website: http://www.bcck.com.my
Aug 21, 2011
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Aug 14, 2011
following the recent share swap with AirAsia, government guarantees that the controlling the controlling shares of MAS will remain in the hands of Malaysians since some parties are worried that MAS would be bought over by foreign groups...[press release]
Aug 12, 2011
Btw, I learned a lot of things throughout the course and of course i had fun with the facilitators. The facilitators were Malaysian students studying in UK and Ireland. Since they are studying abroad, they shared their experience to us. They were foreigners too as facilitator and they were nice to us the participants.
Below are some of the pictures of my group with the facilitators in-charge for my group.
|Sharing moment. Methinks.|
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Aug 9, 2011
Pyeonchang's 1st bids was for 2010 Winter Olympics. In the 1st round the city received the most votes. Unfortunately, Pyeonchang was beaten by Vancouver, Canada in the 2nd round with only 3 votes difference.
Unlike Salzburg, Austria which didn't send the bids for 2018 Winter Olympics for the 3rd trial, Pyeonchang still trying to host the games. They didn't give up after the 2nd failure which they lost to Sochi, Russia along with Salzburg. Because of their enthusiasm, they won the bids in a big majority after receiving 63 out of the 95 votes!
She's cute and beautiful right?
Yuna Kim is a well-known South Korean figure skater. She has won many international competitions. She is also the current world and Olympics champion!
Talented, educated(graduated from Korea University), beautiful, and cute!
Aug 7, 2011
Rail will be the biggest contributor, with KTM Komuter contributing around 95,000 passengers, the Kelana Jaya LRT line 62,000 and the Ampang LRT line 33,000.
The first step towards improving capacity took place at the end of 2010 when new four-car train sets were introduced on the Kelana Jaya LRT line, the most congested rail line in the Klang Valley, from the previous two-car train sets.
The initiative was to secure "quick wins" for the people's benefit under the NKRA for urban public transport. - Bernama
Aug 4, 2011
Frankly speaking, this post is not really related to the topic because I list down all control schools recognized by Federal Territory Kuala Lumpur State Education Deparment. However, as far as I'm concerned, all control schools in Kuala Lumpur have their own reputation because many of the schools were established since before and early independence period of Malaysia.
high perfomance school:
SMK Wangsa Maju Zon R1
SMK Puteri Titiwangsa
SMK Batu Muda
SMK Bukit Bandaraya
SMK Dato' Onn
SMK Desa Petaling
SMK Sungai Besi
SMK Yaacob Latif
SMK Sentul Utama
SMK Taman Connaught
Ya, it's the fact that both high performance school and cluster school category perform really well in PMR and SPM (proves: SPM 2011 & SPM 2013).
But, rather than your kids study in schools that are not doing really well in terms of academic, co-curriculum, and discipline; i think it's better if you admit your kids to any control schools even though it is neither high performance nor cluster school.
Why? Because in Kuala Lumpur there are a lot of distractions, So you have to take precautionary measures in order to see you children become successful. Choosing the best place to study is one of the precautionary measures. ;)
Aug 2, 2011
Ubudiah Mosque, Perak
City Mosque, Sabah
Asy-Syakirin Mosque, Kuala Lumpur(also known as KLCC Mosque)
p/s credit for the amazing pictures... :)